We have reduced exposures, simply through a project management approach, by 38%.
As part of FiREapps’ ongoing effort to provide insight into how currency affects corporations, we have analyzed the earnings calls of a subset of the Fortune 2000 companies that have at least 15 percent or more international revenues in at least two currencies. This report includes full 2012 and
In 2012, multinational corporations faced negative currency impacts that totaled well into the billions of dollars, with many of the largest companies seeing individual negative impacts of hundreds of millions. Will corporations be surprised by currency volatility again in 2013?
In this whitepaper, you will learn why the perfect currency storm is significant and intensifying. It can and will impact corporate financial performance.
In today’s volatile global economy, amidst swift and sudden shifts in currency trends, corporations worldwide increasingly regard foreign exchange (FX) exposure management as a critical component of their overall strategy to cut costs, manage risk and maximize corporate value.
A 2010 look at how principles of quality and efficiency from the manufacturing world apply to treasury and finance's in pursuit of more efficient and effective FX risk management practices
A 2009 analysis of multicurrency accounting-related challenges to managing foreign exchange exposure
In today’s global economy, the impact of foreign exchange management has touched U.S. companies of every size and in every industry. If your firm is like any one of the over 100 companies surveyed in FiREapps’ 2006 Cross-Industry Analysis of Common Challenges and Concerns for Corporate Foreign Exchange Management, your struggle to define and analyze your true currency exposure often means that you’re unaware of compliance or economic risks until it’s too late.